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Federal Men: The Case of the Black Sheep

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A man who is despised by his father works for him in the family's sugar business. After a demotion, he conspires to provide Sugar to rum runners.

Season 5, Episode 26


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Keywords: Classic TV; Federal Men

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Reviewer: richgoup - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - January 5, 2013
Subject: The Case of The Black Sheep
Treasury Men In Action.
Season 5, episode 26.
Original air date: 31 March 1955.
A businessman strikes a bargain with a gang of bootleggers to use his legitimate shipping company to distribute their illegal product.
Cast: Walter Greaza (The Chief), Christopher Dark (Steve Mercer), Carolyn Jones (Eadie Starr), John Doucette (Marty Hinton), Robert S. Carson (Agent Putnam), Parley Baer (Alfred Mercer), Harry Fleer (Mal Solan), Marjorie Stapp (Operator) and Nancy Evans (Woman On Street).
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